Sex Sorcery And Sadism

Gilles de Laval, Lord of Raiz, Marshall of France, who fought the English alongside of Joan of Arc, was a sexual voluptuary, sorcerer and sadist, the "Blue Beard" of the Black Mass. He lived on a grand scale. When his relatives obtained a royal edict from the king to stop him from selling his estates he turned to black magic. He hired Prelati, an alchemist, and a physician. He built a laboratory in the tower of his castle and searched for the Philosopher's Stone. Born around 1420 to one of the most famous families of Brittany, handsome, brave, self-indulgent, sporting a bluish-black beard, lord of fifteen huge estates, Gilles de Retz became one of history's most notorious black magicians.

After countless fruitless experiments to magically create wealth, he signed a pact with the Devil, under the tutelage of Prelati. He signed with his own blood a contract that he would obey the devil in all things, that he would sacrifice the eyes, hands, blood, heart and lungs of a young child. Thus began his infamous career as sadistic sorcerer in which he tortured, raped, mutilated and murdered hundreds of children.

Gilles de Retz had forbidden his wife to ever enter the tower of his Castle of Champtoce. On Easter Sunday, 1440, he said goodbye to his wife, said he was going to the Holy Land, and allowed her sister to visit her. In his absence his wife expressed her fears and suspicions to her sister. Why did he act so strange? What happened to the children who kept disappearing? Why did he spend all night in the Tower? They looked for a secret entrance. Finally they discovered a copper button behind the chapel. When they pushed this a stone slid back and they started to climb the staircase to the forbidden tower.

At the top of the first flight they found a chapel with an upside down cross, black candles, and a figure of the devil. On the second floor they found a furnace and ail the accoutrements of alchemy. On the third floor they opened a door and were taken back by the foul odor emanating from this room. They knocked over a vase in their haste to get out of there. Madame de Retz was splashed with a thick liquid, her robe and feet were drenched in it. When she got out into the lighted stairway she saw that she was covered with blood.

Curiosity getting the best of her she got a lamp and went back up. To her horror she saw copper kettles filled with blood, which lined the walls, each with a date, and on a black marble table in the center of the room lay the body of a recently murdered child. Terrified Madame de Retz and her sister tried to erase the evidence of their entry. Using a sponge and soap they only succeeded in spreading the blood stains. Suddenly she heard herself called with the words "Monseigneur has come back." Gilles de Retz had entered the staircase to the tower, accompanied by his sorcerer, Prelati. They met face to face

Grabbing her by the arm, not saying a word, Gilles de Retz dragged his wife into the chapel. Prelati said: "It is needs must, as you see, and the victim has come of her own accord ..." "Be it so" Gilles answered. "Begin the Black Mass ..." He went to a cupboard, drew out a large knife, sitting next to his wife. She was near faulting. Gilles de Retz did not go to Jerusalem. Enraged he attacked Prelati and threatened to kill him if he didn't show him how to get from the devil that which he wanted. Stalling for time Prelati told him: "The devil exacts a terrible price. You will have to sacrifice your unborn child. You must tear it by force from the belly of your wife." Gilles made no reply but returned immediately to the Castle. In the meantime, unbeknownst to Gilles, his wife's sister was hiding in the Tower.

Gilles de Laval, Baron de Retz (1404-1440), being possessed of a demon and under the evil influence ofthe sorcerer Prelati, sacrificed innumerable children. The best-known version ofthis true story is

Perrault's "Bluebeard."

She made distress signals with her veils. She was spotted by two of her own brothers who came to visit Madame de Retz after hearing he had left for Jerusalem. They had an armed posse with them. Noisily entering the castle Gilles de Retz stopped the Black Mass and said to his wife: "Madame, I forgive you, and the matter is at an end between us if you do now as I tell you. Return to your room, change your dress, and join me in the guest-room, where I'll receive your brothers. But if you say one word, or cause them the slightest suspicion, I will bring you here on their departure; we shall proceed with the Black Mass at the point where it is now broken off, and at the consecration you will die. Mark where I place this knife."

Entering the guest-room, greeting his brothers-in-law, his wife followed him looking like a ghost. He stared at her fixedly. When her brothers said she looked ill she answered that it was due to her pregnancy and added in a whisper "Save me. He's trying to kill me." At this her sister, Anne, came running in yelling "Save us, save us, my brothers, this man is an assassin" pointing at Gilles de Retz. He commanded his people to draw swords but they refused while the brothers surrounded the sisters with drawn swords. They got to the drawbridge and fled the castle.

For a long time the townspeople were terrified. Rumors spread. They traced the disappearing children to the Castle of Champtoce and no further. Feelings were so bitter that the Church had to intervene and the Bishop of Nantes asked the Duke of Brittany to arrest Gilles de Retz. Cool at first, the overwhelming evidence, the recitation of his abandoned lust made by Prelati and other accomplices, his ferocious pleasure in the trembling throbbing limbs and glazed eyes of his young victims, his cruel pleasure in stringing them up and then offering comfort and when the victims were crying-trusting, placing their little hands around his neck, suddenly choking them and forcing them to submit to his sadistic sodomic passion, both little boys and girls, the enormity of proven crimes forced him to confess.

He and Prelati were condemned to be burned alive. In consideration of his noble birth and high rank he was allowed to be strangled first before his body was given to the flames. On the scaffold he said to Prelati: "Farewell, friend Francis. In this world we shall never meet again, but let us rest our hopes in God ... we shall see each other in Paradise." On February 23, 1440 he was executed at Nantes, France.

The chronicler Monstrelet says: "Notwithstanding his many atrocious cruelties, he made a very devout end, full of penitence, most humbly imploring his Creator to have mercy on his manifold sins and wickedness. When his body was partly burned, some ladies and damsels of his family requested his remains of the Duke of Brittany, that they might be interred in holy ground, which was granted. The greater part of the nobles of Brittany, more especially those of his kindred, were in the utmost grief and confusion at his shameful death."

Dealing With Sorrow

Dealing With Sorrow

Within this audio series and guide Dealing With Sorrow you will be learning all about Hypnotherapy For Overcoming Grief, Failure And Sadness Quickly.

Get My Free Audio Series


Post a comment